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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... week and that i would need to go with the program director ahead of time to meet the director of the foundation and learn how t get there (more to come on this).
After the meeting - I didn't want to go back to the hostel (shocking I know) so I explored the city to see what I might want to do going forward. I had lunch at a cute family owned cafe - a crepe filled with some kind of squash. I then proceeded to walk nearly 10 miles around ...
... oldest in South America. Makes Cow Town UNC seem unimpressive. The tour takes you through the history of Argentina (Cordoba was the first city settled).
I also saw the Museo Superior de Bellas Artes Evita, which was a beautiful art museum. It is an old government mansion turned into an art museum. There were classical and modern art pieces. We ...
Back on track after being hijacked by Styx. Check out " the selfish generation" its me fave. Thank you nike...
Villa General Belgrano
Another night another 11 hours on a bus. We hit Cordoba around 7am. Not sick of buses yet we decide to jump straight on another one to our intended destination, La Cumbrecita. VGB kinda gets in the way! After arriving and scoping out the onward buses we go for a look around town. We seem to have arrived in a small German town in the middle ...
... Stomach again. "****, not again" I said as I got out of bed. Prepared my day bag, and headed towards the bus station to meet up with Martin, Augustine and Luri near their house. Now seeing it was Friday night, there was a high chance that I would go out. So when I waited in line for the bus I had to ask the girl near me if the A5 passes here. I mean it's true, "You miss 100% of the ***** you don't take"
... Cordoba is full of skyscrapers and people. Busy, bustling and yet boasting many rivers and trees, this city feels young and fast-paced. For me the bus system sums up my first impressions of downtown, being colourful, complicated and with a relaxed attitude towards time! The driving is bordering on crazy; I would take a day of London driving any day over one in Cordoba! Consequently I am thankful for the public transport, even if the buses sometimes send you flying out of your seat ...